Author: Ocelot Team
Learnings captured from two town hall events as schools go remote.
With so much enrollment uncertainty, speed becomes the secret ingredient.
Highlights from our discussion with Howard Leslie, NYSFAAA President.
By Ciaran Power, COO, Ocelot Artificial Intelligence (AI) makes sense to use in many contexts. My previous career was working with litigators. Litigation was an early industry to see significant use of AI. Attorneys are not natural early adopters of technology. They were forced to use it. Large litigations and investigations can often have hundreds
Artificially Intelligent Chatbots have the potential to deliver three significant upgrades over current technologies that answer student service questions. Indeed, the impact could be massive. The result will be happier, more informed students with better experiences. Over the past two decades, many schools have created information repositories, often referred to as knowledge bases, to organize
What are the most important things for higher education institutions to consider when picking an Artificial Intelligence (AI) tool to use with their student services? The experiences of your students will be better if the AI tool starts with strong pre-programmed content. AI solutions are attracting strong interest in higher ed, and they are only
Successful leaders are inspiring! How exactly do they do it? Is there a magical online course they took over the weekend? Did they have celebrity CEO parents? While no one can guarantee success, one thing all leaders have in common is a high emotional intelligence. Emotional Quotient (EQ) is defined as the capability of individuals
The most effective communicators are those who listen well. Unfortunately, effective listening is often the area most ignored in the majority of conversations. Here are a few tips on how to listen more effectively to improve your ability to better communicate: Be attentive: Paying attention to what is being said requires the listener to face